This show has been commercially released as "Downhill From Here" (DVD)
Let The Good Times Roll Feel Like A Stranger Built To Last Me And My Uncle Cumberland Blues It's All Over Now Row Jimmy When I Paint My Masterpiece When Push Comes To Shove The Music Never Stopped
China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider -> Playing In The Band -> Uncle John's Band -> Standing On The Moon -> Drums Space -> The Wheel -> Gimme Some Lovin' -> Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad -> Not Fade Away
Mastering: Audio Gate to [24/96] > WaveLab > Nomad Blue Tube Limiter LM2S-3 > r8brain to [16/44.1] > CD Wave > TLH > Flac
Transfer and Mastering by Bill Koucky, Green Mountain Bros. June 27, 2008
Notes: Crossfades applied at tape flip after All Over Now and before the encores. There was a cut in d1t03 Built To Last at 3:16
My Notes: I think these can't be traded, as it conflicts with the policy regarding official releases, but I did this one anyway, as it's such a spectacular run of shows. I didn't actually rip any sound from the Downhill From Here release, so maybe it can be traded. Sadly there is some minimal phasing here and there, but mostly it turned out well.
April 20, 2016 Subject:
Bid you goodnight
I do remember the end of this show very much. I was under covered part for the second set. I remember after the Not Fade Away, the band didn't leave the stage. They were talking in a "huddle". At the end of their conversation Brent is motioning with his hands and shrugging his shoulders as if to say he didn't know the song, but clearly excited. When Jerry started singing, crowd goes wild... Billy also goes wild. Jumping up and down!!!
Since the band didn't leave the stage between NFA and Bid you Goodnight, I say that is not an encore. But the last song of the set. They left the stage after Bid you Goodnight. Jonny B Goode is the only encore.
Then again, could have been the X! Anyway kick ass show
March 23, 2010 Subject:
IMO this is in the top 5 best shows of all time. July 1989 was exceptional as a whole, but this show (and the two nights that follow) is amazing. Everyone is playing inspired with a TON of energy. China/Rider is the best later era version ive ever heard. Amazing LTGTR. The best Built To Last- no midi trumpet effect on the solo!! Hands down the best SOTM ever played. Jerry rips your heart out with the outro solo. like i said high energy ALL THE WAY through the show, and VERY, VERY good singing by ALL the guys (yes even bobby). The Alpine '89 run NEEDS to be commercially released as one of the "complete recordings series".